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How 14-year-old Rachel Zietz built a $1 million company

On paper, Rachel Zietz didn’t seem out of place among the other finalists for theGreater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s 2015 Entrepreneur Award for young professionals. 266 more words

Business & Career

Women’s iLab Partners with MassChallenge to Encourage More Female Entrepreneurs

World’s largest startup accelerator teams with female empowerment organization to support more seats for women

BOSTON – February 18, 2015 – Women’s iLab, champion of female innovators, today announced its partnership with MassChallenge, world’s largest startup accelerator, with the goal of encouraging a generation of women-led startups as well as startups gender equal leadership as part of MassChallenge’s 2015 accelerator program. 926 more words

Women

Even Google thinks India is a great place to build startups

India’s bullish startup sector just received a huge boost.

Drawn by the high growth potential in India’s startup sector, Google Capital—Google’s equity fund which invests in startups in the mid to late stages of growth—has decided to set up its first base outside the US. 222 more words

Dating apps created by women: Are they really better for women?

Shelve the roses and chocolate, and bust out your smartphone—if you haven’t already that is. Online dating has been around for several years, but thanks in part to mobile dating apps, it is exploding. 168 more words

Tech

MIT Study on Which Tech Firms Thrive

New businesses spring up all the time in the U.S. But which ones have the greatest ability to become big? A method developed by MIT researchers, based on an empirical study, projects the growth potential of high-tech firms with new precision — and could help local or regional policymakers assess their growth prospects. 70 more words

Entrepreneurship

Five Co-Working Spaces Around The World, And Five Things They Have In Common

The concept of co-working is one that has ballooned in the past couple of years. It started as a solution for entrepreneurs, consultants, and freelancers seeking an alternative to working in cafes and home offices. 1,593 more words

Tech & Startups

From A 90's Lemonade Stand To A Thriving Cookie Business: The Journey Of One Female Entrepreneur

The year is 1999. My brother comes barreling down the street on a Razor scooter, with a Tupperware container of freshly baked chocolate chip cookies balancing precariously on the handlebars as I’m waving him on, motioning to the line forming. 580 more words

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